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‘What’s in OJIN?’ Archives

Summer reading

Summer reading

A new column and three articles on previously published OJIN topics are on the way this summer in OJIN: The Online Journal of Issues in Nursing. OJIN welcomes Ramona Nelson, PhD, BC-RN, ANEF, FAAN, as the new editor of the OJIN Informatics Column. Empowering ePatients to [Read More]

Discrimination, board leadership and full practice authority among new content

Discrimination, board leadership and full practice authority among new content

New articles and a Legislative Column are on the way this spring in OJIN: The Online Journal of Issues in Nursing. More than a decade before the Civil Rights Act of 1964, as an African-American teenager from Baltimore, MD, Esther McCready challenged discriminatory nursing [Read More]

New articles: Open-access journals, end-of-life spiritual care, and future nurse leaders

New articles: Open-access journals, end-of-life spiritual care, and future  nurse leaders

Three articles and two Cochrane Review Brief columns are publishing this fall in OJIN: The Online Journal of Issues in Nursing. Nurse scholars and clinicians seek to publish research and scholarly findings to strengthen both nursing science and clinical practice. [Read More]

New topic focuses on trends, challenges in care coordination

New topic focuses on trends, challenges in care coordination

The five new articles in the September OJIN: The Online Journal of Issues in Nursing topic, Care Coordination: Benefits of Interprofessional Collaboration discuss a variety of aspects related to a team approach for care transitions. Older adults with multiple chronic [Read More]

New articles: Discrimination, professional relationships, and nursing wisdom

New articles: Discrimination, professional relationships, and nursing wisdom

Five articles and several columns arrived this summer in OJIN: Online Journal of Issues in Nursing. The consequences of discrimination against internationally educated nurses can affect physical and psychological well-being, and the quality and cost of patient care, notes [Read More]

Foundations of nursing practice

Foundations of nursing practice

The five new articles in the May 31 OJIN topic, Cornerstone Documents in Healthcare: Our History, Our Future, discuss a variety of aspects related to historical and current documents important to nursing practice and health care. In the article, “Best Practices for [Read More]

New articles this spring on shared governance, long term care, discrimination and more

New articles this spring on shared governance, long term care, discrimination and more

The term “buy in” can be found in almost any article that reviews individuals’ participation in an initiative. In the article, “Shared Governance: The Role of Buy-In in Bringing About Change,” Matthew French-Bravo, MSN, RN, and Gregory Crow, EdD, RN, will discuss [Read More]

New topic on emotional health provides strategies for nurses

New topic on emotional health provides strategies for nurses

The five new articles in the January 2015 OJIN topic, Emotional Health: Strategies for Nurses, discuss a variety of aspects related to psychiatric and mental health concerns. The 2014 Psychiatric-Mental Health Nursing: Scope and Standards of Practice is the specialty’s [Read More]

Workplace violence, hearing loss, and moral courage among new OJIN articles

Workplace violence, hearing  loss, and moral courage among new OJIN articles

Barriers to Effective Implementation of Programs for the Prevention of Workplace Violence in Hospitals Effective workplace violence prevention programs are essential, yet challenging to implement in health care. In this article, authors James D. Blando, PhD; Marilyn [Read More]

Healthy Nurses: Perspectives on Caring for Ourselves

Healthy Nurses: Perspectives on Caring for Ourselves

The new September 30 OJIN topic, Healthy Nurses: Perspectives on Caring for Ourselves, features a variety of articles on self-care, both at home and in the workplace. Effective interpersonal communication by nurses in both personal and professional settings may reduce [Read More]

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